It’s finally here! Microsoft has at last released the new Mac client for Skype for Business. (Okay, it was released on October 26. But I was on vacation.) As soon as I saw the announcement, I grabbed a copy and one of our test Macs. The same Mac on which I’d tested the Skype Preview earlier in the year (and had several issues). Fortunately, the new Mac client installed & ran smoothly. Get the Mac Client Download Skype for Business on Mac here: (Curious note: Microsoft has a page up for Skype for Business apps:.
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The Mac client version available here? Xerox 510dp drivers for mac. It’s still Lync for Mac 2011. Somebody didn’t do their update) So what do we have for our Mac friends? The new client is, I’d say, a fair and equitable companion to the Windows Skype for Business client. There are some differences, and (as of now) a few limitations. But overall, I think our Mac customers will enjoy this client very much. What the Mac Client Has You wouldn’t expect any Skype for Business client not to have all the basics.
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The Mac client is no different. Presence status, IM, making/receiving phone calls, Meetings (Meet Now and Scheduled Skype Meetings), video calling, screen sharingall are included. It even has a couple new features: One-click Meeting Join.
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Full-screen sharing. All within a nice clean typical-Mac-UI interface. Being a Windows guy, I thought for a moment that they’d stripped out many of the options. Until I realized that those options were available in the Skype for Business navigation menus instead.
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Which actually led me to finding some notable differences between client versions. Differences from Windows Client In keeping with the Mac’s “streamlined UI” motif, several items you’d find right away in the Windows client aren’t showing in the Mac client. At least, not at a glance. For instance, Call Forwarding. You can set Call Forwarding options in 2 places on Windows – in Skype for Business’ Options, and in the Call Forwarding dropdown along the bottom of the Windows client. The latter option is not available in Skype4B on Mac. You can only set Call Forwarding in the Preferences window, under Calls.
(As you see here, setting your Voicemail Greeting is also under Calls.) Also, Device selection. Bare bones software bbedit. Through which device will you make & receive calls? On Windows, Skype for Business lets you choose this in the same 2 places as Call Forwarding.
On Mac, Skype for Business only lets you do this in Preferences, under Audio/Video. By default, Instant Messaging windows open in the main Skype for Business window, under “Chats.” Chats also serves as Conversation History in the Mac client. (If you want separate windows for Instant Messaging conversations, check the “Show conversations in separate windows” box in the Preferences/General window.) Limitations & Known Issues This is a V1 client. I’m sure Microsoft could have held it back longer for more feature additions, but they opted not to. Kind of glad they did; Mac users have dealt with Lync for Mac for too long. That said, the new Mac client does have limitations.